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What’s happening in Cape Town this April

April is a busy month in Cape Town and there are plenty of incredible experiences on the cards. We share April’s events guide here If you need any help in the planning of your Cape Town experiences (including tours, transfers or restaurant bookings), just give us a shout!


10 Things to do in Cape Town this summer

Our Travel Concierge, Andile spent a few days in Cape Town recently. After his visit, he has a few tips on how to experience the city in a different way. Take a step away from the popular approaches to the Cape Town experience and try something new! Chat to our Travel Concierge or our Guest Relations Read more...


Touring the Winelands with MORE Private Travel

No trip to the Cape would be complete without a trip to the winelands. The team at MORE Private Travel has put together a day trip to three spectacular wine farms. Each offers a unique and distinctive experience, highlighting the many different drawcards of the Cape.  Vergenoegd Wine Estate. One of the oldest estates in the Read more...


Restaurant Test ‘n Tell: Chef’s Warehouse & Canteen

The Chef’s Warehouse is a restaurant with a difference, and Dirk Jacobs (Manager of Cape Cadogan) paid them a visit to see what all the fuss was about. Naturally this was in his quest to tell us all more about the experience, since we walk the walk for our guests and will only recommend something Read more...


Restaurant Test ‘n Tell: Villa 47

As part of his quest to ‘Test ‘n Tell’ for the benefit of Cape Cadogan’s guests, Dirk Jacobs recently tried a new restaurant concept at Villa 47. This multi-tiered eatery has an Italian Bistro on its ground floor, a Mediterranean-Asian Tapas Bar on the middle floor, and something-secret-yet-exciting still to be revealed on the top Read more...


Climbing Table Mountain – up Skeleton Gorge and down Platteklip Gorge

Table Mountain is one of the Cape’s many beauties – perhaps the Queen – and there are more than 300 routes that will take you to her top. The most famous one goes through Platterklip Gorge, but make no mistake … famous doesn’t mean easy! Shaun and I decided to give it a bash, and Read more...


Introducing the new Room Service menu

Exploring the Mother City is an exhilarating experience, and by the time many of our guests return ‘home’ to Cape Cadogan, all they want to do is kick back, relax and order in. We listened to their feedback, and proudly launch our all-new Cape Cadogan Room Service Menu. We had great fun conceptualising which popular Read more...


Restaurant Test ‘n Tell: Hemelhuijs

Dirk Jacobs, manager of Cape Cadogan, has undertaken a personal quest to ‘Test ‘n Tell’ some of the Cape’s current popular restaurants. Today we explore Hemelhuijs, based in the Cape Town foreshore and a popular hangout for creatives and corporates alike. The owners change the interior seasonally. They will redo the entire restaurant – the paint, the Read more...


How Cape Cadogan climbed 8 spots on Tripadvisor

“Only consider this hotel if they guarantee you a quiet room” September 2014 “The other problem is that the doors are too thin and not very noise proof” November 2015 “the property is dated” February 2014 ” Hotel could do with a bit of a paint and a spruce up” February 2015 The time had definitely come Read more...

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A Signal Hill sunrise breakfast – add this to your Cape Town “must-do” list

The early bird may catch the worm, but it’s way better to catch THIS sunrise. Watch as Cape Town wakes from her slumber while sipping on a freshly brewed Congo Coffee, and snacking on a specially packed breakfast. Abuzz with activity early in the morning, you can expect to meet joggers, locals walking their dogs and Read more...